Choosing a Boiler Engineer
Trust is hard to give. We understand that. You wouldn’t go to the local garage if you could identify the problem with your car on your own, and could fix it without help, so how can you be sure that the garages you’re visiting are working in your best interests? What if they’re charging more than they should? What if they’re taking shortcuts and not fixing the whole problem?
It’s the same when you choose a boiler engineer. You’re not able to install or repair your boiler on your own, but it’s stressful to let someone enter your home and do the work on your behalf.
That’s why Devon Boilersure exists. We want to help you make a confident decision when you’re selecting your boiler engineer, so we guide you through the process and make sure everything is covered. We check that all engineers signed up to the scheme have all the relevant safety certification. If you’re choosing an engineer, that’s the first thing you should do.
We also check that your engineer’s identity is true, and that they’re insured to carry out the work. Never work with an engineer that’s not insured, as things can and do go wrong.
You should always aim to get recommendations and references as a further assurance of quality. Anyone can say that they’re providing an excellent service, but genuine testimonials assure you that it’s true. We get three of these on your behalf.
Additionally, take time to get two or three quotes, Compare them, and ask for itemised information so that you know exactly what you’re paying for. It’s further assurance that you’re not being overcharged, or that you’re not paying above the odds for parts that can be found cheaper elsewhere. With the Devon Boilersure scheme, you get three quotes from local boiler engineers. Pick the one you want to work with, and when the work is complete you’ll provide a reference of your own. Your feedback ensures that everyone else using Devon Boilersure gets the same great service as you.